Pupil Premium

Schools receive additional funding for children who are in receipt of free school meals and also for looked after children and the children of service families. This funding must be directed to benefit these children improving their experiences and outcomes.

At Tilney All Saints Primary School we find that the main barrier for our Pupil Premium children is limited local and demographic expectations, facilities and opportunities, which impacts on educational achievement. In some cases limited parental engagement with school, social and emotional conditions and lack of access to extra curricular activities also act as a barrier to learning.

In order to evaluate the effectiveness of our Pupil Premium Funding to improve outcomes for our disadvantaged children, we consider:

Attainment and progress of eligible pupils

Attendance data

Exclusion data and other behaviour indicators

Engagement in extra curricular activities

Pupil and parental voice

 

We regularly monitor our Pupil Premium practice throughout the year and the effect of expenditure on outcomes for eligible Pupil Premium children (and other pupils), culminating in an annual review. The next annual review will be held in the Summer Term 2019.